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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 March 1908

T wr;&i K'. ".- JJ7 wrt' '? v : tott t ..J I" . !,1 ... ' MM1 .r lc ,iB(iif(r'Wi!U?lf LW, -'W' ' r 'P ,-. j ;- - ' (ffriflmftett Mtmvfo FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH Was Dedicated to the Service of God Last Sunday, Rev. Powell Ottlclatfng. Last Sunday was a liapiy day for the Baptists and their friends, for the new churah which had Icon under construction for about eleven months wa dedicated to God and his worship'. Tlio building is truly a credit to n littlo city like Marion ai well as the Baptist church. The services wore conduotcd by Dr. W. I). Powell, of Louisville, assisted by tho pastors of various churches of the city. The baptists have done nobly in building this handsome structure, which cost them over ten thousand dollars, all of tho amount except about thirty-five hundred dollars having already been paid. At the close of the sermon in tho evening, quite a number ol tlic Methodist and Presbyterians responded to tho invitation given, by expressing their gratitude and appreciatio...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 March 1908

Last Sunday was a happy day for the HaptitilH and their frionds, for the new churuh which had been under construction for about eleven months was dedicated to God and his The building ia truly a credit to a little city like Marion as well as the Baptist church. The services woro conducted by Dr. W. I). Powell, of Louisville, assisted by the pastors of various churches of the city. The baptists have done nobly in building this hundsomo structure, which cost thorn over ten thousand dollars, all of the amount except about thirty-live hundred dollars having already been paid. At tho close of the sermon in the evening, quite a number of the Baptists, Methodist and Presbyterians responded to tho invitation given, by expressing their gratitude and appreciation of the new church. Tho amount due to bo raised before tho building could be dedicated was readily subscribed and the church was dedicated to tho scrvivc of the Master, free oi debt. Tho very liberal contributions given by the members...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 March 1908

V- ; 4 fc . Ps t II? k Mk i . e-. : i ' tfo fl .41. o CATARRH YIELDS To Sealing Air ol Hyomel Sold Under Guarantee by Haynes & Taylor. Catarrh is the most prevalent disease known to humanity. Probably ninety per cent, of the people in this country suffer at one time or another with this common disease It is a germ disease and hence can be cured only by some method that will reach and destroy the germs. This is best found in Hyonici, which may be called the direct method ot treating catarrh, as its medication, taken in with the air you breathe, goes directly to ever air cell in the nose, throat and lungs; kills all catarrhal germs; heals the irritated mucous membrane and vitalizes the tissues so as to render catarrh no longer possible. The unique way in which Hyomei is sold should dispel all doubt as to its curative properties, for Haynes A: Taylor give their absolute guarantee to refund the price to any catarrh sufferer that Hyomei fails to benefit. You do not risk a cent in tes...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 March 1908

T v-TT" U'TT. S- ;- , m t ' ' 1 1 1 v I i : j 3 Spoons, Serving f Rirlcs, Vy Pieces 1 Knives (c I Stamped jj IMF Rogers bros: I alway combine the !clra1il fcaturci 1 of alhrr plate rtitlc lcii:n witli hlhcl grade of pUtc. krmemtier the damp ol lli genuine KoKrt t 1 liy leariluu tlrutrta. fiend lor Catalogue H "C L," totliciuukcn. Intltnatlonit SINtr Co., Marldtn, Clnn. 1 wmmmmmmmmmmm0 Pointed Paragraphs. Wise is tlio. infunt that looks bo fore it creeps. Animal stories of naturo lakers scorns to be denatured. As soon as a woman becomes heartless lior case is hopeless. Vou can't borrow happiness, but it's dilicrcut with trouble Instead of regretting yesterday got busy anil do something today. Lectures make a married man (trod if they are of tho "curtain" variety. A girl ih seldom interested in a young man unless she declares that she isn't. Many a man's run-down reputation is duo to his fondness for running up bills. The instinct that causes a woman to attend a rnurdor trial makes a ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 March 1908

WMMMM1ttA'iJp """' ";rrT ITTW.MI.iH.1, ! - "-- B . ""RHP" i I ' i '" i iiiiiniu HLl "iailMl"l"WMMWWWWMBWMBMJMBMtlBMtBMMBBBBBBMBBMMBBBM ri gr BW .- T5Si ic Jirc TIICs. e) RS. i r Ut A i t fM rvr J J - ft K- I si; Bk -1- . ' m l.v S. f ft v ". A Etjc CrtttcntJcn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class matter February gth, 1007 at the postomce at Marlon, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March j. 1S79. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies malted 05 I month mailed to any address... .n " " t months is i months .. $o " " " 1 year 1.00 " " " 8 years 5.00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION tr NOT rAID CAIH IN ADVANCE, Single copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address is S months ' ' ......... 73 1 year t.50 . THURSDAY, MAR. 5, 1908. Notice. A mass meeting of the Republicans of Crittenden county is hereby called to meet at the Court House in Marion, Ky., on Monday, March 9, 1908, at 1:30 o'clock p. m..' to select delegates to the District Convention a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 March 1908

Extra Bargains in EXTRA PANTS. aJbffift.... Atww iWrkflftf V i. ii'itfrir f HhilftlTi $" Dress Goods If you don't believe you BARGAINS! of I ln order t0 clean "P al1 can get a $4.00 pair pants for $2.00, just come and see! winter goods in the next two i Come examine our line of I Shirts al 50c and $1.00. Wc will save you money and please you. weeks we are making special prices in this line. Now is your opportunity to get Extra Bargains. COMPLETE LINE Mattings, Druggets AND RUGS. Lace Curtains, Curtain Swisses and Window Shades. Cambric and Swiss EMBROIDERIES. WBfii Who Ever Heard of Shoes S Dn:M IV f -i si si Taa Hnnfl? dciii iriauo iuu uuuui v We never, but we have them (gg just as good as they can be fcfifer made, and we do not charge you any more for them than you pay for many others that much inferior to ours. Try us once and you will continue to buy your Shoes "right here" ever after, S z& T A Vi An C A AIM A Al Sfc ioacco canvas I tl I I l A I l l I lODacco canvas Firm" VV...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 March 1908

S V- I !k m ES .' K i 1 n No B Girlhood and Scott's Emtitsion are linked together. The girl who take Scott's has plenty of rich, red blood; she is plump, active and energetic The reason is that at a period when a girl's digestion is weak, Scott's Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form. It is a food that builds and keeps up a girl's strength. ALL DRUCGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00. $iQMO$$o$$$$$c340000Mfr4NQl John Montgomery Dies at Providence John Montgomary, one of the oldest and best citizens of the coun ty, died a. lu.i home in I'rovideucc Tuesday of brighta descase and other ailments to which old age is heir. The deceased was in his eightieth year. lie was a consistent member of the United Haptiat church and was a very bright mason, having been a member of that order for a number of years. Mr. Montgomery was what is known as a "Forty Xiuer" he being one of the many who went to California from this county in 1S4'J to dig gold. There are only one or two of ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 March 1908

ONE FAULT HIDING ANOTHER Two Blunder of Self-Made Millionaire Thct Aroused Ire of English Aristocrat. A Olirihtnm Scientist of II aon was praising the i.We carl of "I.oril I)iuunon," he tnid, "win a good Christian Sciontist and u good limn. Tnll ami robust and Mipplc, I can see liim still with hU almrt grny beard ami liis kind face. Ill" one fault a fault duo to his ratio upbringing, no doubt-- as tho cva "fcrat iil value Hint b et upon correct ness. Fie inmMed on correctness in cat 11 in dress m cvcrilhing. " Vt dinner in Heiicon strwj lnt iear I heard liim tell a ftory about an incorrect man, or riche,' as he (idled him. "Tin man was dressing one even-up to go out. His wife bustled into '. room lieforo ho started to look 1 in oer. "Mint, flcorge,' she said, ro t "uhftillv, 'aren't you gnijig lo lr our diamond ttwU to (lie ban- ft'' "Vo. What's the wo? CJoorge growled. '.My napkin would hide 'i m anay.' " THE LARGEST FLOWER. The world's largest (loiter is a r irasite found in the i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 March 1908

ffi R.iHS; ' i B.i i J- I. Far ; V i ; If If'" ' F t. ec Li f i A fcilfflSS'. ' r.i ' '' f '. V . V ' 1tf. I j. i rfvni .:..,.--. '- -.-. , ir -- - . !"'""" Vu 3Ti tj.7 V?' tTvpv T .- - f, Kt ,tii, ' V I ,"li: --, .v. kt - t r "TT-;.' .., ... "1V,, -1 , v.iii. ,. 1 .. - .Ji" 'T ' v H.rT "' !i:i28!!!25tfElliiBBBMBMMBMMP .-,,, .,-, , jV'f:?'?,Tn"V' - - - -. . - ' " ri;ffggrfg fjiniL,! 'JE,rapnT " '.t wvn . i " v wmmrwv - i ' w r . Pi"' 44ji4oiM.4'4l'l"l'"l'4"l''t"l''M''l'4'4'4'4'4'4'44'4 i IF SO COME TO US. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR REAL VALUES? We HAVE THEM FOR YOU. I?1 . & Hl BL Studebaker Quality Supreme. Every ounce of material that goes in a Studebaker Wagon, has the Studebaker Reputation behind it. The absolute Reliability of the Studebaker appeals to all careful buyers. Over one million in use. If you need a wagon ask to see a Studebaker. Main Street. CHAPEL HILL. J. T. Higham has returned home from Nashville and reports that the doctor says he is getting along very well. Miss Ne...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 March 1908

R. II. Kemp ct al, vs W. S. Kemp, Jr. Same vs Same. Annie K Rhodes vs J. A. Graves, ct al. Same vs S. H. Cassidy ct al. Hskew Bros, vs John Wilson. A. II. McNrcly ct al, vs Illinois Central Railroad Co. Griffin A: Wells vs 0. II. Scott, ct al. J. M. Samuel vs Andrew J. ct al. Hasting Industrial Co. vs W. N. Harp, ct al. J. G. Rochester vs C. K. Lamb, Jacob Mitchell vs D. 0. Iloborta. Thompson Wilson Co. vs T. II. McReynolds ct al. Marietta Dickcus vs Hardy Belt. Ragon vs W. N. Dalton. Parson Scoville Co. vh. W. N. Dalton. S. M. Jenkins vs C. R. Kcincr ct al. N. K. Mooro vs Illinois Central Railroad Co. Mary J. Ilicklin ct al, vs Illinois Central Railroad Co. Lcc Bryant vs Same. Eighth Day. T. W. Hughes Illinois Central Railroad Co. James B. Karly vs Samuel J. Doughtcr. J. S. McMurry vs S. D Ashcr, ct al. II. S. Ncwcoiub vs Turner Day Wol worth Handle Co. Virdic O'Donncll vs T. L. T. II. Cochran vs Pcrmclia Plow. R. L. Mvoorc s Thomas R. Simpson. Ktta Thomas vs John Hazel. Marion Ban...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 March 1908

iJ wetkj named d bodtf inks BK t iXi cfeiicS derJ lessofe alum'ti 1 (15 Grippe or Influenza, whichever you like to call it, is one of the most weakening diseases known. Scott's Emu Is ton, which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily digested form, is the greatest strength-builder known to medical science. It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system, making new blood and new fat, and strengthening nerves and muscles. Use Scott's Emulsion after Influenza. 44444444444044044444444 Death of Aunt Harriet Wilson. Aunt Ildirict Wilson died Sunday morning at 10.30 o'clock and was buried at the graveyard near her old home place in Bells Mines pre cinct Monday. Although "Aunt Harriet," as she was commonly called, was a colored woman, yet in her death Marion has lost one of her most valued and respected citizens. She was born about the year" 1S33 in slavery and remained a until freed by proclamation of President Lincoln. i At her birth she was the property of V. ii. Simpson b...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 March 1908

tE ID it"- L 5 - ite MAYORS SAY "FAILS I! Chief Executives Write of Their Experiences. They Do Not Consider Public Ownership Successful In Their Cities Two Plants For Sale One Lasted Only Six Months. One would expect n mayor to lie the InBt man lu n city to say thnt municipal ownership could not succeed, 'yet two majors lu next to the most populous state iiikI one In the lnrk'cHt statu In the Union hae emphatically expressed their views In letters. Guy A. llryant, mayor of I'rlnceton, 111., tellH about the experience of his city, as follows: "Our city has advertised for bids for Its electric Ik'lit plant Our plant was an old one when It was taken over by the city, and considerable money had to lie spent to net It Into fair running shape. This was eight years ago. Since then we have not been able to make It a paj lug Investment, as wn found the cost of running the plant has exceeded what the cost of lighting our city would 1h If thu light was pur chased from a private plant, and It h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 March 1908

K i it V"v; ,k- . --, . J' ' ' rrm . v-- - ' ' "5;-- . ""rlPS pfrnsT: "N . 15 1 T 3" p''A , - v 1 P$i?!5& ' tJE j2 't2gl , l f BC. "viy k H WW SBBaW Hi BITl fSBBaW KM 1?" m A tCfjc Orittcnbcn S, M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. &,5l7 Cntrred a matter February 'jth. TfaBk um at the tvwirffiirn at Marlon. Kentucky, under ,he of Concrns ol March j. t87. TERMS Oh SUBSCRIPTION STRICTI.V CASH ID ADVANCE. lib Single copies mailed "5 r vii i month mailed to any addreet n " " " aVV I montru . mi. 5 mpntht $o jnv5 ,70Br '.'. ,0 - omr so yr $& m IMP' ' - TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION tfvi t ir not taid cash in adtance, Single copies mailed os i)fc i ' i month mailed to any addrea tf jflLi ?' s months " " 71 !& i year i.so Pi . rm Ki THURSDAY. MAR. 12. 190S 3 W ,; Stapled From Klrkmanvlllp ',o Evans- w '" vllle, A Tlin Knnm !Vnrto .-a... nl...... aa fjv 7 w wvm llUlii ilUUUi uuv .W. 7 l,tiT,,1o,l ; ,.j t:i ..:ti. "T. h uuuvnuvi m. TUIU3 UUilT 1 I IMIIU II V 1 II U h I were raised this w...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 March 1908

ih I Hi 3S Wc still have some extra values in Cj Mcn'n and Boys' tg CLOTHING! and wc arc willing to prove what Si Don't Wait ! Si Somebody will get the first choice Z and why not get it yourself. Wc ;jCj arc making 3 Clean-Up Prices. z& 1 Tobacco Canvas '&' H I jgM i 9H ' 1. - ; ' iftot W r WHAt TBE KIDNEYS BO MMI I I ll.i nniv wttVB ol acmons"""t '?fer ?f ffrpfs'rfw' 1 QUICK ACTION! w Jj Is the Force that Shakes the Fruit out of the Fortune Tree. If you want j some Real Bargains now is your time to Get Busy. 5P -e fmmmmmmmmwmmwmmmmmwmmwmmmww f Xi (f( it rr u cr Mr ijfipgr w r V N'tinn.d. nti'i, Pr - Huildmg In Minuet! ol Frfdonia, w m tkia ettv Friday. Elgtac Gucsi f Tolu wan in this city Mopday. J. tf. TSokton wa iu Rvntitillc Ut week ob Wino. Guy Pari of I.ouivilU i tho gaeat of rein lives in tbiseoiinty. S. Jri. 0 India of Providence, was iu town Sntnnby. Sam Giigeuheim retumod from St Louis whora lio bought Uih Spring ami summer stock of goods. Miss Tronary arrived Mond...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 March 1908

iHEMlM IC awEMuyn. T" f8Jl. . ferW tut' TrW rj ft J y 4 ji Q v ''- if ( V"I ' pay 31 ' , Davis Merchant Tailors Haberdashers Gent's Furnishings Room I, Beehive Block Carlisle Street Marion. - mi -11 3o3o3o3o3o3o5o3o3owQ -.- 1R Do You W,Ant One? 4? 4? 4? ? 4 4? 43 If you hae'a desire to own ? $108 on a guaranteed 4? 4 while toinvestigate our new and 43 not thtj old way, but our new way. 43 payments you will be interested. 43 Write us today for free 43 you information worth knowing. 43 instrument. It's well worth your economical plan of piano selling. It's Whether you buy for cash or on booklet; telU you all about it. Gives Jj Montenegro Riehm Music Company. j 43 (Incorporated) '4 628-630 Fourth Avenue. Louisville Kenhinkv 5W ' v?????????: Night Riders (irow Defiant. Hopkinsvillc. Ky., Feb. 127 In a stoDc's throw of the city limits night riders early this morning set Grc to the rcsideucc of Broussais Gregory. Mr. Gregory'H wife and baby were awakened by smoke in the room. With the ass...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 March 1908

Kfc' wt "! '0 rn. CERTAIN RESULTS my a Kentucky Citizen Knows How Sure They Are. Nothing uncertain about ilufwork Doling Kiiucy I'illa in Kentucky. Fhero is plenty of positive proof of lis in the testimony of citizen?. ch evidence hhould convince the lost skeptical sufferer. Head the blowing statement: Mrs. ii. Varolii, living at ll;s fifth St , Louisville, Ky., say: 1 am happy to say that Dean's iidnoy Pills have been of great fit to mo and other members of my unily. I frequently had attacks of lokaohu and kidney trouble belore ising your roincdy, but after using boxes of the pills the trouble ras entirely cured. I have icnded Doan's Kidney Pills to a jrcat many of my friends for 1 at tribute my prcsout good health to 10 use of Doan's Kidney 1'ills. Nicy certainly do all that is claimed )r them.' lor sale by all dealers. Price 50 2iits. Co., Butlulo, few York, le agents for the United Mates. ltcmcmbcr the name Doan's ind take no other. Foreign Letter. Hokadatc, Japan, August .'!()....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 March 1908

t r 1 r K " ,.. ! VrTil T i H fa 1-V i . ' f ' . Tg oT tV J -,.,,, ., ! ' First With Us aXJAjJJJhJJJJJJJJJJJKmtJK tMt J Mr 'Mr wMm w M WM TTTTTTTTTTTTTT M wMm WM w Mr WM TF Tr BLACKFORD. A few more days and the farmers will be knocking the rust of their old plows. Billie Garmack is dangerously ill with pneumonia. Lewin Roberts, of Mattoon, spent Sunday irjspur town. B3aoobs, of Harrisburg, III., is spending a few daye here with relatives. Several of our boys are engaged in making ties down on long branch. Dan Morgan, of the U. S. Army, stationed at San Francisco, writes that he is well pleased with army life, and is expecting to leave soon for the f hillippino Islands. The Sunday School is progressing nicely in town. Mrs. J, H. Scamorc surprised her - kmsband Saturday with an excellent tapper in honor of his 27th, birth- Willis Reynold's now has his line jb.Qf.tr completed and is doing ajfjiod business rafting logs lftkdewiter. on Unele Henry Brinkley says that hair over at J. Morga...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 March 1908

EZL3 ..' . ' -T" --- i .. tf J "i" J ir l"V A ' :J V- J Crfcc& 'Jv' v ' r tillmfam 3fej & ,Yi y ; ' 4. L MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KfAlTUCKY, MARCH (9, 1908. NUMBER 42 THREE MEN ARE SHOT Webster County Comes Near Being Scene ol a Lynching. Dixon Ky., March 15. A molt of about seventy-five men pcrsucd the 1'rovidcnce authorities to thin city toniuht in an attempt to lynch .lake McDowell, a negro who shot and fatally wounded Deputy Marshal Smith Childcrs at one o clock this "afternoon, and failini: to outwit Deputy Shorills Gid Hubbard and L. G. Squalls and Fred Watson, a guard, who got possession of llio prisoner from Marshal II. L. Sutton, of Providence, and escaped to Henderson, went out into the country in search of two negroes who shot two traveling men a short distance from this city. The negroes thought the two traveling men were members of the mob and tried to kill them to prevent the lynching which was planned by the l'rovidcncu people and would have been carried out...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 March 1908

1 V 1 r uu. V '":. r T- ,. ,. - "- - . . ' - ."',-. T "" III -111 I , . . . itr - 'i' -'- " ' '. i .. ' v. " i' . . vT "- ' . , - . M I I li I T r lll - - VJ I .1 lb U I . '! .V 1 -. .u .-- .aKi I r.MBll. - f 1 AHMUKh. to.t v. 4H n- mi 7A FM. v rfi I 1 as to the economical use of his lamps further than to turn them off when they arc not needed. He will undoubtedly grumble at times at the amount of his monthly bill for lighting, and will often bo inconvenienced by the dimness of some of his lamps, but the deficiency in light is made good by turning on another iamp, ana the monthly bill is further increased. It WOuld probably never occur to him that it would be an actual economy in dollars and cents to throw away his old lumps -"- 1'iuwuij new ones at his own ex nanco. nn.1 --. , . ttU" yei suci is tho case. As simple a device as the incandescent electric lamp appears to be, it really requires considerable care and study to realize from it the maximum amount of light for the least mon...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 March 1908

Alcohol not needed Ayer's Sarsaoirilla is nnr strong drink. As now made, mere is not a drop of alcohol in it. It is a mn! and alterative. Ask your own doctor about your taking this medicine for thin, impure blood. Follow his advice every time. He knows. Wa publl.li our formula A Va binlih aleohol rrotn our m.tfiolna. yers W cob.u.t uro doctor jrou your to Ask our doctor, "tf'hat 3 the first creat rule of health?" Nine doctors out of icn uii quiCKiy reply, Keep the bowels men ask him another nnr. t M " wiiat do von fhlnV nt A .,.... I' ' for constinaMnn?" . bjr lb. J. C. A j.r Co., Low.ll. Itui, Stop That Cold To ehrek Mirlr coMi or Ortpr with "PreTMiUra" tonuii turo (Ufrai for I'noumoiila. To stop i cold with IfrTfinur li wUr ttian to let It run ami tw obllrrd to cum It afUTwjircli To Ixtiurn, 1'ra. Tanilr will euro uron n limply spaUtl rolJ, but takrn rarlr nl Oki anwxo hjirw they tinak. or hul ofJ tlifxs carlrcoMi. Hint's turolr letter That's wlix tlir am mllJ I'rprrntlci. lTTMiUn...

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